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WATCH: Celine Dion opens up about Stiff Person Syndrome diagnosis in new doc

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Celine Dion is openeing up about her life in a new documentary. “I Am: Celine Dion” has released its first trailer, showing Dion addressing her neurological condition for the first time so openly.

Céline Dion reveals she was injured on the day of her wedding; ‘Am I going to make it?’Celine Dion shares rare photo with her sons at Rolling Stones concertThe trailer follows Dion as she prepares for her show in front of thousands of people.

It shows contemporary moments of her life, trailing her alongside her son, working out, sharing in depth and honest interviews, and more.

It also features older footage, showing her as a young girl and as a woman recording songs in the studio and performing live. “My voice is the conductor of my life,” she says in the trailer . “I need my instrument.”Dion was diagnosed with Stiff Person Syndrome, a rare disease that affects people’s nervous system, in particular, the brain and the spinal chord.

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